A world away from the city, yet close enough for a weekend getaway, Suncadia is a new all-season resort community located on 6,400 acres of forested land just 90 minutes east of Seattle on the sunny side of the Cascade Mountains.
Providing the quintessential Pacific Northwest experience, Suncadia offers a unique combination of luxury amenities and outdoor activities that has earned it the distinction of “Best New Pacific Northwest Resort” from Seattle Magazine and recognition from Travel + Leisure Golf and Robb Report Vacation Homes as one of the nation’s top resort communities. With 80 percent of the resort community designated as open space, including the central corridor surrounding the Cle Elum River, Suncadia is a forested retreat from city life offering all the luxury and comfort expected from a top resort.
The Cascade Mountains, stretching from Canada to northern California, create a rainshadow across the eastern foothills, which makes Suncadia one of the sunniest Pacific Northwest destinations. With an average of only nine inches of annual rainfall per year, residents and guests can enjoy the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest umbrella-free, while its mountain location ensures enough snowfall for traditional winter recreation activities such as cross-country skiing and snowshoeing throughout the forested property and ice-skating on the resort’s ice rink. As a recreational playground, Suncadia offers endless outdoor activities year-round, from hiking and biking along 50 miles of trails, to golfing on the resort’s two award-winning courses, to horseback riding and fly-fishing in the Cle Elum River that winds through the resort’s property.
Ownership opportunities come in all shapes and sizes at Suncadia, ranging from single-family home sites and custom homes in the private Tumble Creek community, home to an award-winning Tom Doak-designed golf course, or in Suncadia centered around either of the two public golf courses: the Jacobsen-Hardy designed Rope Rider golf course (under construction) or the acclaimed Arnold Palmer-designed Prospector golf course, to condominium ownership at The Lodge at Suncadia, the first full-service resort condominium lodge in the region.